Year 4’s Anglo-Saxon Village

The children first designed their houses and thought carefully about the measurements. They had to create nets of 3D shapes- cuboids and prisms, carefully measuring the lengths to make sure they would match up. They then cut and folded these together to make their houses, before selecting materials to decorate them with.

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EPOC visit

KS2 were visited by a special opera company, The English Pocket Opera Company, on Monday morning this week.  The children participated in an assembly led by professional opera singers Paul, Pamela and Mark (who also accompanied on the piano).  The performance not only helped tell the history of music but also showed the children how […]

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4B Prayer Service

Thank you to Class 4B and  Miss Grace for preparing the Prayer Service this week.  Their Prayer Service reminded us of the Gospel last Sunday- ‘The Presentation in the Temple’.  It is also called Candlemas– 40 days after the birth of Jesus. The children sang a beautiful song called ‘ Song of Simeon. Candles symbolise […]

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Year 4 Weekly Update

Dear Parents Group 1 Spellings interest experiment potatoes favourite imagine material promise opposite minute increase Group 2 Spellings through threw right write rite peace piece Times tables Group 1 11’s and 12’s times tables (12s up to 12×6) Group 2  Look at the 4s up to 4×6 Literacy:  This week we have learned to construct similes […]

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Albert Hall Tickets

Dear Parents and Carers, Please find attached a letter from BEAT detailing how to buy tickets for the performance on the 30th of April.  The children will receive a hard copy welcome pack on Thursday, however, the ticket booking information has just been released today.  You can only buy tickets from the box office at […]

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Year 4 Weekly Update

Spellings  Group 1 though although dough through breakthrough thought bought fought ought Group 2 two to too red read Times Tables Group 1 – Please focus on the 7’s and 11’s Group 2 – look at 3’s 1×3 up to 12×3 For fun daily practice follow this link: https://www.timestables.co.uk/ Literacy: The children have written thoughtful arguments  about whether […]

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